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    Two PhD Positions in Experimental Astroparticle Physics

    KTH is the largest technical university in Sweden. Education and research cover a broad spectrum within natural sciences and engineering, as well as architecture, industrial engineering and management, urban planning, work science and environmental engineering. There are circa 12,000 full-year undergraduate students, 1,400 postgraduate students and 3,100 employees.
    The School of Engineering Sciences carries out a wide range of research at the international front line, from fundamental disciplines such as physics and mathematics, to engineering mechanics with applications such as aeronautics and vehicle engineering. We also offer University degree programs in Engineering Physics, Vehicle Engineering, 'Engineering and Education', and 'Open Entrance', as well as a number of International Masters Programmes.
    The astroparticle physics group at KTH

    conducts research on cosmic rays and the high energy gamma-ray Universe. This includes some of the most important scientific questions today, such as the search for dark matter and the origin of gamma-ray bursts. The research programme is centred around the development of advanced instrumentation, subsequent data analysis and interpretation. The group is playing a leading role in several international experiments: Femi Gamma-Ray Telescope, PAMELA, and PoGOLite. The Oskar Klein Center for Cosmoparticle Physics

    at AlbaNova University Center, to which the group belongs, provides a prominent and stimulating context for these activities.

    1. Observations of compact object with Fermi

    The Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope is an international satellite experiment that has been observing the high energy gamma-ray Universe since its launch in June 2008. The successful applicant will join the group’s research within the fields of gamma-ray bursts, active galactic nuclei and pulsars.
    2. Observations of gamma-ray polarisation with PoGOLite

    PoGOLite is a balloon-borne instrument which will make pioneering observations of gamma-ray polarisation aimed at the study of energetic phenomena such as pulsars and black holes. PoGOLite is an international project which is led by KTH. The successful applicant will participate in hardware and observational preparations for the maiden balloon flight foreseen for August 2010, subsequent data analysis and future deployment to circumpolar flights.
    Qualifications

    Applicants should hold a Master of Science in Physics or Engineering Physics, including a solid background in physics, and demonstrate an interest in experimental and/or observational astrophysics. Experience in computer programming (both projects) and/or hardware development (PoGOLite project) is desirable. The projects require independent work in addition to collaborative skills and creative thinking. Since the projects are part of international collaborations good oral and written communication skills in English are required.
    The position is offered under the teaching assistant scheme (utbildningsbidrag) for the first two years of study. The remuneration associated with this appointment can be supplemented by a maximum of 15% paid departmental teaching duties. Full PhD studentships (doktorandtjänst) with an associated higher salary will be offered for the remaining years of study.
    To address its varied work, KTH aims to employ a diversity of talent and thus welcomes applicants who will add to the variety of the University, especially as concerns its gender structure.

    Employment

    Form of employment: Time limited.
    Start date: According to agreement.
    The salary follows the directions provided by KTH.

    Application

    Application deadline October 26, 2009
    Employer’s reference number: S-2009-0756

    Applications should be sent by email to: ankarloo@kth.se
    Write reference number S-2009-0756 in the email subject!
    Application shall include the following documents:

    1. Personal statement of research interests, including any preference between the two available positions (pdf)
    CV (pdf)
    Academic transcripts (pdf)
    Up to three letters of recommendation (pdf)
    Supporting documentation, e. g., Master’s thesis (pdf)

    Contact



    Professor Mark Pearce (general enquiries, PoGOLite)

    +46 (0)8 5537 8183



    Docent Felix Ryde (Fermi)

    +46 (0)8 5537 8545



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    Rikard Lingström, SACO

    Phone: +46 8 790 8292


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    Hi,
    Nowadays, they are more than 10 phd positon in Norway in these areas of study. The deadline of some of them is mid of Nov. You can see them in the following site

    https://secure.jobbnorge.no/search.aspx

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    6 PhD Research Fellowship positions in Information Technology, Mathematics and Electrical engineering


    Faculty of Information Technology, Mathematics, and Electrical Engineering at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) invites applicants for 6 PhD research fellowship positions. The fellowships are intended for PhD studies and are open to applicants in all areas of research covered by the 6 different Faculty departments:


    The 6 research fellowship positions are awarded on a competitive basis, to help recruit talented candidates for the PhD study programs administered by IME. These programs comprise the following fields of research; communication technology, computer science, cybernetics, electronics, information science, mathematics, power engineering and statistics. Collaboration with researchers from other areas of science and engineering at NTNU, as well as with external partners from industry, research institutes, and other universities (Norway and abroad) is commonplace. Further information on IME and its 6 departments is available at http://www.ime.ntnu.no/english

    The Faculty is keen to attract the best candidates available and puts few restrictions on training background and fields of research (see list above). It is also possible to further multidisciplinary project proposal across department divisions, primarily linked to one of the faculties Special Interest Groups (SIGs):


    Applicants must however contact a relevant research group at IME and name a prospective thesis advisor prior to submitting their application. The final selection of candidates may be subject to considerations of thematic spread across the departments at IME.

    MSc-students in the 5th year are especially encouraged to apply. PhD appointment of these applicants may be
    done immediately after completion of the MSc-degree.
    Applicants must have completed an MSc-degree or provide documentation of equivalent training in a field relevant to research pursued at one of IME’s departments, before they can be appointed. Further, they have to satisfy the formal grades requirements for admission to the PhD studies at NTNU. See http://www.ime.ntnu.no/english/phd for detailed information about the PhD programs administered by IME.

    NTNUs PhD-rules require a master degree or equivalent with at least 5 years of studies and an average grade of A or B within a scale of A-E for passing grades (A best). Candidates from universities outside Norway are kindly requested to send a Diploma Supplement or a similar document, which describes in detail the study and grade system and the rights for further studies associated with the obtained degree: http://ec.europa.eu/education/polici...iploma_en.html

    Foreign applicants must document a TOEFL score of 600 or higher.

    PhD fellowships at NTNU are normally awarded for a total of 4 years, incl. 25% (1 man-year) of teaching assistance at the bachelor and master degree level. These duties are commonly distributed over the 4 years, with a larger proportion in the first two years.

    Further information about the fellowships can be obtained from the Department links above, or by contacting the faculties Special Interest Groups.

    The PhD fellowships are placed in salary code 1017, salary level 45 - 61 in the national salary scheme, gross NOK 355 400 – 471 700 per annum, of which 2 % is deducted for the State Pension scheme. Starting salary is expected to be at level 45. The salary might be adjusted after negotiations with the employer to reflect the applicant’s experience.

    The appointment will be made in accordance with current regulations with supplementary rules for research fellowship appointments in universities and polytechnics. Applicants must agree to participate in organized doctoral study programs within the period of the appointment. The successful applicant must agree to the conditions laid down for public employees. A contract will be drawn up regarding the period of appointment and work-related duties for award holders.

    NTNU is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from both EU/EEA and non-EU candidates. The university is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from members of ethnic minorities and women.

    The application must include curriculum vitae with information about the candidate’s prior training, exams, and work experience. Moreover, we request that the candidate contact a relevant research group at IME to define a thesis project. A brief outline of the project, signed by both the applicant and his/her prospective thesis supervisor (faculty member in that research group) should follow the application. The quality of the project proposal will also be considered during the assessment of the application.

    Incomplete applications will not be taken into consideration.

    Applications are to be submitted electronically through this page.
    Preferably, we want the attachments in one file.

    Applications should be marked IME 055-2009.

    Closing date: 2009-12-01.

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    Postdoctoral fellow in geothermal simulation at the Department of Mathematics


    At the Department of Mathematics there is a vacant position as postdoctoral fellow within the project “Assessing the potential for deep geothermal energy”.

    The postdoctoral position is a fixed-term post, the chief objective being to qualify the selected candidate for work in senior positions in their disciplines. The term of employment for this position is 3 years.

    It is not possible for any person to work under more than one temporary appointment as postdoctoral fellow for the same institution.

    The project this position is a component of is funded by the Research Council of Norway and StatoilHydro, and it is executed in collaboration with the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Bergen and Physics of Geological Processes (PGP), which is a Norwegian Centre of Excellence at the University of Oslo We are currently looking for a postdoctoral fellow to join our project on mathematical modelling and numerical simulation of geothermal systems. In addition to the currently announced postdoctoral position, the interdisciplinary project team involves two PhD students and one researcher as well as permanent faculty and associated master students.

    The successful candidate will develop numerical methods and computer code for simulation of anthropogenic geothermal systems. The project address mathematical modelling, numerical methods and simulation, involving both theoretical and practical issues. The postdoctoral fellow is expected to form an active part of the research team, interacting with ongoing work.

    We are soliciting applications from candidates with background in applied mathematics, geoscience or a related field. Specific qualifications that should be emphasized in the application are familiarity with modeling and simulation of geothermal systems, and, in particular, experience with numerical methods for partial differential equations, heat and fluid flow in (fractured) porous media, and programming. Strong written and oral communication skills will be essential.

    Applicants must have achieved a Norwegian PhD or equivalent education abroad, or have presented the dissertation for assessment by the closing date for application. It is a prerequisite that the dissertation has been approved before appointment is granted.

    For further information about the position please contact Associate Professor Inga Berre, e-mail: inga.berre@math.uib.no

    The teaching language will normally be Norwegian.

    Initial salaries at grade 57 (code 1352/pay framework 24.1) in the Civil Service pay grade table; currently NOK 438,700 gross p.a.; following ordinary meriting regulations (wage range 57-64).

    Women in particular are invited to apply. If, in the opinion of the evaluation committee, several applicants have approximately equivalent qualifications, the rules on equal opportunities laid down in the Personnel Regulations for Academic Positions will be applied.

    State employment shall reflect the multiplicity of the population at large to the highest possible degree. We have therefore adopted a personnel policy objective to ensure that we achieve a balanced age and sex composition and the recruitment of persons of various ethnic backgrounds. Persons of different ethnic background are therefore encouraged to apply for the position.

    The successful applicant must comply with the guidelines that apply to the position at any time.

    The University of Bergen applies the principles of public openness when recruiting staff to scientific positions.

    Information about the applicant may be made public even though the applicant has requested not to be named in the list of applicants. The applicant will be notified if his/her request is not respected.

    Application and CV are to be sent via the link «Apply for this job».

    Copies of diplomas and references, scientific work and a list of these (all in 3 copies/sorted in 3 identical bundles) and names and e-mail addresses of two referees should be sent to Department of Mathematics, the University of Bergen, PO Box 7803, 5020 Bergen, Norway.

    Please do not send application by e-mail.

    Closing date for application: 23 November 2009.

    Quote reference number: 09/13079.

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    Postdoctoral fellow in coding theory at the Selmer Centre at the Department of Informatics


    At Department of Informatics there is a vacant position as postdoctoral fellow within the field of coding theory, connected to the project "Studies on Codes for Error Detection" at the Selmer Center. The position is funded by the Research Council of Norway.

    The postdoctoral position is a fixed-term post, the chief objective being to qualify the selected candidate for work in senior positions in their disciplines. The term of employment for this position is 3 years.

    It is not possible for any person to work under more than one temporary appointment as postdoctoral fellow for the same institution.

    A description of the position including details of the subject areas and areas of responsibility, special duties and other circumstances given special emphasis in connection with the position is available below.
    We are soliciting applications from candidates with a background in coding theory or a related area.

    Applicants must have achieved a Norwegian doctorate or equivalent, or have presented the dissertation for assessment by the closing date for applications. It is a prerequisite that the dissertation has been approved before appointment is granted.

    For further information about the position please contact Professor Torleiv Kløve at e-mail torleiv.klove@ii.uib.no

    Initial salaries at grade 57 in the Civil Service pay grade table (code 1011/pay framework 24.1); currently NOK 438,700 gross p.a.; following ordinary meriting regulations (wage range 57-64). From the gross wage a 2 % law-enforced membership fee in the State Pension Fund (“Statens Pensjonskasse”) is deducted. In the case of particularly highly qualified applicants a higher salary may be considered.
    Women in particular are invited to apply. If, in the opinion of the evaluation committee, several applicants have approximately equivalent qualifications, the rules on equal opportunities laid down in the Personnel Regulations for Academic Positions will be applied.

    State employment shall reflect the multiplicity of the population at large to the highest possible degree. We have therefore adopted a personnel policy objective to ensure that we achieve a balanced age and sex composition and the recruitment of persons of various ethnic backgrounds. Persons of different ethnic background are therefore encouraged to apply for the position.

    The successful applicant must comply with the guidelines that apply to the position at any time.

    The University of Bergen applies the principles of public openness when recruiting staff to scientific positions.

    Information about the applicant may be made public even though the applicant has requested not to be named in the list of applicants. The applicant will be notified if his/her request is not respected.

    Application and CV are to be sent via the link «Apply for this job».

    Copies of diplomas and references, scientific work and a list of these (all in 3 copies/sorted in 3 identical bundles) and names and e-mail addresses of two referees should be sent to Department of Informatics, the University of Bergen, PO Box 7803, 5020 Bergen, Norway.

    Applications by e-mail will not be considered.

    Closing date for applications: 1 November 2009

    Quote reference number: 09/ 11916



    Description of the position

    The postdoctoral position is part of the research group in secure and reliable communication (Selmer Centre) at the Department of Informatics (http://www.selmer.uib.no/). The project leader is Torleiv Kløve (http://www.uib.no/personer/Torleiv.Klove ). The Selmer Centre consists of 5 full professors, 1 associate professor, and approximately 15 researchers, postdoctoral fellows and PhD students.
    The postdoctoral fellow will work on the project "Studies on Codes for Error Detection", financed by the Research Council of Norway for the period 2009 to 2012. In all there will be two postdoctoral researchers and one PhD student working on the project. The main aims of the project are to investigate a number of open problems on codes for error detection, such as the existence of proper codes, optimal codes, worst case codes. The candidate should ideally have a background in coding theory.
    The successful applicant will benefit from highly favourable working conditions – Bergen is a beautiful city on the west coast of Norway, next to mountains and fjords. The project supervisor is Torleiv Kløve.
    The scientific work of the Department of Informatics is organized in six research groups: one on algorithms, one on bioinformatics, one on optimization, one on programming theory, one on secure and reliable communication (Selmer Centre), and one on visualization. 20 professors / associate professors work at the department as well as 5 adjunct professors, about 50 PhD students, 15 postdoctoral researchers, and a supporting staff of eight.

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    Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Mathematics


    At the Department of Mathematics there is a vacant position as postdoctoral fellow for 2 years within the project “Modelling transport in porous media over multiple scales”.

    The postdoctoral position is a fixed-term post, the chief objective being to qualify the selected candidate for work in senior positions in their disciplines. The term of employment for this position is 2 years.

    It is not possible for any person to work under more than one temporary appointment as postdoctoral fellow for the same institution.

    The project this position is a component of is funded by the Research Council of Norway and the University of Bergen under the Outstanding Young Investigator program. The successful candidate will join a research team which aims at integrating the fields of upscaling, multi-scale methods and numerical linear algebra within the context of multi-phase flow in porous media. Applications of particular interest include oil and gas recovery as well as CO2 storage. The project will address both theoretical and practical issues, and the candidate will be expected to familiarize him/herself with a broad spectrum of knowledge to form an active part of the research team.

    We are soliciting applications from candidates with a background in applied mathematics. Special qualifications which should be emphasized in the application are familiarity with numerical methods for partial differential equations, multi-grid pre-conditioners, multi-phase flow in porous media and programming.

    Applicants must have achieved a Norwegian doctorate or equivalent, or have presented the dissertation for assessment by the closing date for applications. It is a prerequisite that the dissertation has been approved before appointment is granted.

    For further information about the position please contact Associate Professor Jan Martin Nordbotten, e-mail jan.nordbotten@math.uib.no

    Initial salaries at grade 57 (code 1352/pay framework 24.1) in the Civil Service pay grade table; currently NOK 438,700 gross p.a.; following ordinary meriting regulations (wage range 57-64).

    Women in particular are invited to apply. If, in the opinion of the evaluation committee, several applicants have approximately equivalent qualifications, the rules on equal opportunities laid down in the Personnel Regulations for Academic Positions will be applied.

    State employment shall reflect the multiplicity of the population at large to the highest possible degree. We have therefore adopted a personnel policy objective to ensure that we achieve a balanced age and sex composition and the recruitment of persons of various ethnic backgrounds. Persons of different ethnic background are therefore encouraged to apply for the position.

    The successful applicant must comply with the guidelines that apply to the position at any time.

    The University of Bergen applies the principles of public openness when recruiting staff to scientific positions.

    Information about the applicant may be made public even though the applicant has requested not to be named in the list of applicants. The applicant will be notified if his/her request is not respected.

    Application and CV are to be sent via the link «Apply for this job».

    Copies of diplomas and references, scientific work and a list of these (all in 3 copies/sorted in 3 identical bundles) and names and e-mail addresses of two referees should be sent to Department of Mathematics, the University of Bergen, PO Box 7803, 5020 Bergen, Norway.

    Please do not send application by e-mail.

    Closing date for application: 15 November 2009

    Quote reference number: 09/7006

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    PhD fellowship position in «Physical effect of load fluctuations in rivers and reservoirs» CEDREN (IVT 131/09)


    The Norwegian government has established eight national research centres on climate friendly energy generation, one of which is the Centre for Environmental Design of Renewable Energy (CEDREN). In order to ensure environmental design of existing and new renewable energy production, interdisciplinary collaboration is necessary, alongside close collaboration and interaction between the R & D institutions, the industry and management authorities.

    SINTEF, NTNU and NINA are research partners and leading national and international institutions and companies are partners (i.e. Statkraft, Statnett, Hydro, Sira-Kvina, NVE, EBL etc). Many national and international research organizations are collaborating with the Centre for example NIVA and LFI in Norway, KTH and SLU in Sweden and BOKU in Austria.

    We are also collaborating closely with other relevant FME centres, such as Norwegian Research Centre for Offshore Wind Technology (NOWITECH) and Norwegian Centre for Offshore Wind Energy (NORCOWE).

    More than 50 professors and researchers will be engaged in research at CEDREN together with a significant number of PhD and postdocs. See www.cedren.no for more details.

    CEDREN will engage at least 15 PhDs and PostDocs, and 9 of the positions are already established. Due to lack of qualified candidates, this is the second announcement for three of the Ph D positions. The PhD positions are open for the first period of the research program 2010-2013.

    Physical effects of load fluctuations in rivers and reservoirs
    Better understanding of the effects of rapid flow fluctuations is necessary for planning hydro peaking operations and for designing hydraulic structures. The candidate will identify the state of art regarding physical effects of rapid flow variations. She/he will develop flow scenarios to monitor and analyze the effects of rapid flow variations in the field or laboratory. The goal of the study is to develop methods for predicting the effects of fluctuating flows, to develop guidelines and to propose mitigation measures.

    Suitable background/Qualifications:
    The candidate should have a masters degree in hydraulic engineering, fluid mechanics or similar. The applicant must have profound knowledge of hydraulics and sediment transport around hydraulic structures which are typical for hydropower plants. In addition she/he should have experience from working scientifically in the field or laboratory.

    For further information please contact Associate Professor Nils Rüther (nils.ruther@ntnu.no)

    Salaries
    PhD candidates are remunerated in code 1017 in the State salary scale 45-51, gross NOK 353400 to NOK 394 200 per annum (before tax), depending on qualifications.
    PhD candidates are normally remunerated at wage level 45. There will be a 2 % deduction to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Found from gross salary.

    Other information
    For PhD research fellowships the engagement period is either 3 years or alternatively 4 years, including 25 % of teaching assistance at the bachelor’s and master’s degree level A master degree is requisite for application for PhD fellowships, an average grade of B or better is required. For more information on PhD studies at NTNU see http://www.ntnu.no/studies/phd

    The appointment of the PhD fellows will be made according to Norwegian guidelines for universities and university colleges. Applicants for a PhD position are obliged to engage on an organized research program, and appointment requires approval of the applicant’s plan for PhD study. The candidates will be part of a larger interdisciplinary research group within the project they are connected to, and are expected to contribute actively part to the common objectives of the project. The position adheres to the Norwegian Government’s policy of balanced ethnicity, age and gender. Persons with immigrant background are encouraged to apply. NTNU’s objective is to increase the number of females in scientific positions. Female applicants are therefore encouraged to apply.

    All applicants must be able to communicate fluently in English (in speaking and writing).
    Good skills in Norwegian are also preferred. Applicants must indicate their level skills in English and Norwegian.

    All applications shall include certified copies of academic transcript, TOEFL score and CV, and be submitted electronically through this page. If you apply for more than one position the priority shall be indicated. The attachments to the applications shall be gathered in one single file.

    Application deadline: November 20th 2009.

    For general information on CEDREN, contact Atle Harby (atle.harby@sintef.no), Ånund Killingtveit (aanund.killingtveit@ntnu.no) or Kjetil Bevanger (Kjetil.Bevanger@nina.no)

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    PhD Position in Experimental Particle Physics

    KTH is the largest technical university in Sweden. Education and research cover a broad spectrum within natural sciences and engineering, as well as architecture, industrial engineering and management, urban planning, work science and environmental engineering. There are about 12,000 full-year undergraduate students, 1,400 postgraduate students and 3,100 employees.
    The School of Engineering Sciences carries out a wide range of research at the international front line, from fundamental disciplines such as physics and mathematics, to engineering mechanics with applications such as aeronautics and vehicle engineering. We also offer University degree programs in Engineering Physics, Vehicle Engineering, 'Engineering and Education', and 'Open Entrance', as well as a number of International Masters Programmes.
    The research in experimental particle physics at KTH

    is conducted within large international collaborations through the CERN research facility in Geneva. The KTH group has contributed to the construction of the ATLAS experiment at the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC), in particular to the ATLAS electromagnetic calorimeter system. At LHC, where the collision energy will be almost 10 times higher than what so far has been available elsewhere, we will try to find the answer to some of the most fundamental open issues in science today like the explanation of mass and the search for signs of new physics that may explain the dark matter of the universe.

    The research activity for the PhD student will mainly be data analysis and physics interpretation of results from the ATLAS-experiment, but also to some extent detector development for future upgrades of the experiment. The group, which has its premises at the AlbaNova buildings in the Stockholm Campus area, has extensive collaboration with other groups, among them the Stockholm University group located in the same building, which contributes to a stimulating research environment. Part of the research time will be spent at CERN.
    Qualifications

    Applicants should hold a Master of Science in Physics or Engineering Physics, including a solid background in physics, and demonstrate an interest in experimental particle physics. Experience in computer programming is desirable. The project requires independent work in addition to collaborative skills and creative thinking. Since the project is a part of an international collaboration good oral and written communication skills in English are required.
    The position is offered under the teaching assistant scheme (utbildningsbidrag) for the first two years of study. The remuneration associated with this appointment can be supplemented by a maximum of 15% paid departmental teaching duties. Full PhD studentships (doktorandtjänst) with an associated higher salary will be offered for the remaining years of study.
    To address its varied work, KTH aims to employ a diversity of talent and thus welcomes applicants who will add to the variety of the University, especially as concerns its gender structure.

    Employment

    Form of employment: Time limited.
    Start date: According to agreement.
    The salary follows the directions provided by KTH.

    Application

    Application deadline November 16, 2009
    Employer’s reference number: S-2009-0758


    Applications should be sent by email to:
    Write reference number S-2009-0758 in the email subject!




    Application shall include the following documents in PDF:
    1. Personal statement of research interests. (pdf)
    2. CV (pdf)
    3. Academic transcripts (pdf)
    4. Up to three letters of recommendation (pdf)
    5. Supporting documentation, e. g., Master’s thesis (pdf)
    Contact




    Professor Bengt Lund-Jensen

    +46 (0)8 5537 8179



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    Phone: +46 (0)8 790 8292

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    2-3 PhD positions available within physical metallurgy/metal plasticity (NT-64/09)


    Due to the importance of the Norwegian Aluminium industry, where our main industrial collaborator is Hydro, there is a high activity and a strong tradition of research on aluminium alloys at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. During recent years cross-disciplinary collaboration with Department of Structural Engineering and with the centre of research based Innovation CRI-SIMLab (http://www.ntnu.no/simlab) have beeen established. Here the traditional disciplines meet in the border between continuum and crystal plasticity and physical metallurgy.

    Due to the start-up of several new research projects we are searching for 2-3 new PhD candidates. We are searching candidates with a university degree (Master of Science or equivalent) in materials science and engineering, physics or equivalent, who have a strong background within at least one of the following fields:

    • Continuum plastisity.
    • Crystal plasticity.
    • Mathematical modelling.
    • TEM/SEM microscopy.
    • Skills in implementation in Fortran, C, Phyton or similar computer languages.

    The subjects of the theses are related to texture and microstructure induced anisotropy in aluminum alloys. The goal is education of researchers contributing to increased use of mathematical modelling in metal plasticity. Depending of the skills of the chosen candidate the main efforts will be on providing experimentally input to models or on the mathematical modelling itself. At least one of the tasks will be responses to strain-path changes.

    Context
    The primary workplace will be Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway. The appointment of the PhD fellow will be made according to Norwegian guidelines for universities and university colleges and to the general regulations for university employees in Norway.

    Applicants are obliged to engage on an organized PhD training program, and appointment requires approval of the applicant's plan for a PhD study. Their MSc degree results are thus expected to qualify for acceptance as a PhD student at NTNU. The Fellow and the University must sign a mutual contract regarding the period of appointment and the obligations of the PhD fellow.

    NTNU’s PhD-rules require a master degree or equivalent with at least 5 years of studies and an average grade of A or B within a scale of A-E for passing grades (A best). Candidates from universities outside Norway are kindly requested to send a Diploma Supplement or a similar document, which describes in detail the study and grade system and the rights for further studies associated with the obtained degree:
    http://ec.europa.eu/education/policies/rec_qual/recognition/diploma_en.html

    PhD scholarship recipients are employed for three years in the position. The salary is adjusted according to the Norwegian state salary scale at level 45, gross NOK 355 400 a year (before tax) at appointment, with a deduction of 2 % premium for the Norwegian State Pension Fund.

    For further information please contact:
    Department of Materials Science and Engineering/professor Bjørn Holmedal tel +47 73594904. e-mail: bjorn.holmedal@material.ntnu.no

    Information on the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NTNU can be found at http://www.material.ntnu.no
    For information about NTNU and Trondheim, see www.ntnu.no and http://www.trondheim.no/engelsk/.

    The application must contain information on previous education, exams, and professional experience.

    Applications with CV, certified copies of transcripts and reference letters should be submitted electronically through link at this page. We prefer the attachments in one single file.

    Publications and other scientific reports that the applicant would like the University to consider, must be scanned and submitted electronically along with the other attachments. Having produced such publications is, however, not a requirement for the PhD position. Joint papers will be considered, but in these cases the candidate should account for her or his contribution.

    The positions reference number is NT-64/09.

    Application deadline is 2009-11-06

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